Critics of the agreement with the rogue state worry it may be the start of a beautiful friendship. It isn’t.
Obama should hold the bravado and respond reasonably to Iran’s conciliatory signals
Striking at Assad won’t end the conflict. But it may drag the U.S. into a complex civil war.
The terrorist group’s franchise operations are a threat. Here’s how to deal with them.
Conservatives are–of course–mad at Barack Obama, but they are also outraged at a country that isn’t outraged enough at him.
Environmental groups are approaching the Keystone project much as the U.S. government fights the war on drugs. They are attacking supply rather than demand.
Over the course of this campaign, commentators on both sides of the political divide seemed to agree on one point: this was a campaign about nothing. Barack Obama’s supporters wanted him to lay out a detailed and ambitious …
In an exclusive interview with TIME’s Fareed Zakaria, President Obama opens up on Iran, Afghanistan, China and the challenges the U.S. faces in navigating a rapidly changing world. A full transcript of their conversation follows